Once in a while, a developer gets my attention not just with their app, but with their support after I’ve bought the app. Ori Kadosh did it when I ran into an issue with his Aloud tweak a while back, and today TwitkaFly developer Moe Seth (@moeseth) did it when he nailed a quick fix that let TwitkaFly play nicely with Flowtation (another great tweak of Kadosh’s).
What made it particularly remarkable is that it was a fix to a just-released update, and, to be fair, nothing was really broken in the first place. Instead, the fix simply added support for a Quick Compose icon that would otherwise be hidden by Flowtation’s design. After a quick bit of coding, moeseth (there are some people I always call by their Twitter names) sent off a download link so I could install the updated version straight away. It’s been working perfectly ever since.
If you’re a heavy Twitter user but haven’t checked out TwitkaFly, you should give it a look—it will change the way you use Twitter.